OCP CAMPUS Located in the heart of Navi Mumbai at Sanpada within walking distance from Sanpada railway station and spread over a area of three acres. The Wi-Fi enabled campus is built on lines of some of the best pharmacy college in the world with a broad range of dedicated facilities.
The OCP CAMPUS is a demonstration of our intent – “Knowledge, Character & Integrity”. The vivid facilities, latest amenities and skilled faculty.
The classrooms of OCP have diffused lighting, walls and ceilings that are designed to achieve best acoustic balance. These classrooms equipped with LCD projection system. Every lecture theatre is fitted with a black board and has a comfortable sitting capacity for 60 students in each class. The classrooms are fully-aided with latest audio-visual teaching tools to facilitate smooth transfer of knowledge.
The OCP is well-equipped with some of the most defined and technically modern laboratories to provide a superior level of practical education to its students. The laboratories are specifically designed with excellent facilities to meet the requirements of P.C.I and A.I.C.T.E. New and advanced instruments are added to the laboratories each year thus keeping them self-contained with high end chemicals, instruments, equipments and glassware.
The Laboratory mainly deals with the development of dosage forms and its evaluation. This laboratory has all basic and advanced facilities for undergraduate level experiments and post graduate level research work related to dosage form design and its basic evaluation. Our laboratory facilities enable students to understand all intricacies of manufacturing of any dosage form. Pharmaceutics laboratory house the basic instruments like, Roche Friabilator, multiple sampling Dissolution Testing Apparatus, liquid filling machine, ointment filling machine, Clarity Testing Apparatus etc. It has all modern instruments which are essential for research and development like Rotary evaporator, refrigerated centrifuge, lyophillizer and other sophisticated equipments are available in the lab.
In this lab, students learn about synthesis of pharmaceuticals compounds, its re-crystallisation (purification), identification and analysis. This laboratory is well equipped with fuming hood and safety measure equipments like, safety showers installed. It is supported by instruments like Double Beam, U.V. Spectrophotometer, Polarimeter, Refractometer, and Melting Point Apparatus, Karl-Fischer moisture determination apparatus etc., which are available in the central instrument room.
Pharmacology involves experimental demonstration of drug effects on different tissues & organs. It is tested on animals like frogs, guinea pigs etc. Anatomical diagrams of important organs are displayed in this lab to facilitate the students to understand the importance of experimental pharmacology.
This state-of-the-art lab is designed for sterile manufacturing and quality control of injectables, ophthalmic and is equipped with high quality chemicals, Laminar Air Flow, UV tubes, HEPA filters and other requirements needed for aseptic room sterility testing, microbial assay. It also has facility for biotechnological & tissue culture techniques available in these labs.
The Machine room houses rotary tablets press, ointment filling machine, tablet coating machine, collapsible tube crimping machine, mixers, dryers and other equipments.
This houses sophisticated analytical instruments like U.V. Visable Spectophometer, Flourimeter, Polarimeter, Colorimeter, Digital Ph Meter, Digtial Balances (1mg sensitivity), Potentiometer etc. The college has plans to procure modern instruments like HPLC, HPTLC, FTIR, Gas Chomatrograph, NMR Spectrophotometer, and Mass Spectrophotometer.
A modest animal houses is constructed with all facilities for animals like mice, guinea-pigs, frogs etc. for conducting experiments based on the B.Pharm. course. The animals are maintained in conformation with C.U.P.A. and C.P.C.S.E.A. norms.
We have a very well planned and maintained, medicinal garden. The medicinal plants procured from various herbal gardens and wild are being maintained in the college campus. Students learn about basic information regarding their sources, family, chemicals constituents, and uses. There is a collection of more than 50 plants of medicinal importance.
The significance of Information Technology in pharmacy education cannot be sidelined, and, with an aim to maximize the use of technology, all necessary provision has been made, including a centrally located, well maintained, state-of-the-art computer lab. All work-stations throughout the campus are networked via LAN, thus enabling constant access to the internet for all academic related needs. A foundation course will be provided to the students at the onset of their academic year to make them acquainted with the World Wide Web consortium and how technology can be used to its full potential in assisting them with all their academic related research during the course.
The library is an integral part of the college. It plays a crucial role in supporting higher education as well as research activities, especially in the context of the phenomenal growth of knowledge which is happening worldwide.
The OCP library has a seating arrangement for 76 students well furnished with wooden carrel reading tables with separate lighting system and comfortable chairs, Journal & New arrival display racks and one charging and discharging counter. The library collection includes books in various subjects of pharmacy, pharmacopoeias, Merck Index, manuals etc. The back issues of the journals are available in bound volumes. The library also has a separate collection of seminar reports, training reports prepared by students.
The various aspects of the library have been integrated and digitalized within e-Granthalaya, the integrated Library Management Software from National Informatics Centre (NIC). This software is useful for automation of in-house activities of libraries and to provide various online member services.
- To integrate services and technologies that are essential for learning, research and creation of Knowledge.
- To impart quality education to students to meet the pharmaceutical needs of society.
- Library timing 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Remains closed on non-working days.
- Reference Service
- Home Lending Facility
- Digital library: Barcode system for issue and return of books
- Reprography Service
- New Arrivals
- Current Awareness Service
- Reading Room – B.Pharm, M. Pharm and Staff
- Internet Facility
- OPAC – Online Public Access Catalogue
|Total Number of Books in the Library||7856|
|Total Number of Books in the Library (B. Pharm.)||6477|
|Total Number of Titles||2062|
|Total Number of M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics) Books||643|
|Total Number of M. Pharm (Pharmacognosy) Books||239|
|Total Number of M. Pharm (Quality Assurance) Books||247|
|Total Number of M. Pharm (Pharmacology) Books||244|
|Total Number of Reference Books||1790|
|Newspaper Purchased in the Library||13|
|Total Number of CD’s in the Library||213|
|Total Number of National Journals||19+4|
|Total Number of International Journals||9|
|Online Journals (Bentham Science)||70|
|1||Advances In Pharmacology and Toxicology|
|2||International Journal of Advanced Pharmaceutics|
|3||International Journal of Biopharmaceutics|
|4||International Journal of Green Pharmacy|
|5||International Journal of Pharmaceutical Formulation and Analysis|
|6||International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research and Technology|
|7||International Journal of Pharmacology Research|
|8||International Journal of Research in Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences|
|9||Research Journal of Pharmaceutical Dosage Form and Technology|
|10||International Journal of Drug Discovery and Technology|
|1||Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical Analysis|
|2||Indian Journal of Pharmaceutics|
|3||Indian Journal of Pharmacology|
|5||Indian Drug Review|
|6||Indian Jounral of Pharmaceutical Education and Research|
|7||Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences|
|8||Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Research|
|9||Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology|
|10||Indian Journal of Natural Products and Resources|
|11||Indian Journal of Chemistry Section A|
|12||Indian Journal of Chemistry Section B|
|13||Inventi Impact: Pharm Analysis & Quality Assurance|
|14||Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry|
|15||Research Journal of Topical and Cosmetic Sciences|
|18||Medicinal & Aromatic Plants Abstracts|
|Current Pharmaceutical Design|
|Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry|
|Current Medicinal Chemistry|
|CNS & Neurological Disorders – Drug Targets(Formerly Current Drug Targets – CNS & Neurological Disorders)|
|Current Drug Targets-CNS & Neurological Disorders|
|Anti-Cancer Agents in Medicinal Chemistry(Formerly Current Medicinal Chemistry – Anti-Cancer Agents)|
|Current Medicinal Chemistry – Anti-Cancer Agents|
|Mini-Reviews in Organic Chemistry|
|Current Pharmaceutical Analysis|
|Current Computer – Aided Drug Design|
|Letters in Organic Chemistry|
|Letters in Drug Design & Discovery|
|Current Bioactive Compounds|
|Current Drug Discovery Technologies|
|Cardiovascular & Haematological Disorders – Drug Targets (Formerly Current Drug Targets – Cardiovascular & Hematological Disorders)|
|Current Drug Targets – Cardiovascular & Hematological Disorders|
|Endocrine, Metabolic & Immune Disorders-Drug Targets (Formerly Current Drug Targets – Immune, Endocrine & Metabolic Disorders)|
|Current Drug Targets – Immune, Endocrine & Metabolic Disorders|
|Infectious Disorders – Drug Targets (Formerly Current Drug Targets – Infectious Disorders)|
|Current Drug Targets – Infectious Disorders|
|Inflammation & Allergy-Drug Targets (Formerly Current Drug Targets – Inflammation & Allergy)|
|Current Drug Targets – Inflammation & Allergy|
|Cardiovascular & Hematological Agents in Medicinal Chemistry (Formerly Current Medicinal Chemistry – Cardiovascular & Hematological Agents)|
|Current Medicinal Chemistry – Cardiovascular & Hematological Agents|
|Anti-Inflammatory & Anti-Allergy Agents in Medicinal Chemistry (Formerly Current Medicinal Chemistry – Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Allergy Agents)|
|Current Medicinal Chemistry – Anti-Inflammatory & Anti-Allergy Agents|
|Anti-Infective Agents in Medicinal Chemistry (Formerly Current Medicinal Chemistry – Anti-Infective Agents)|
|Current Medicinal Chemistry – Anti-Infective Agents|
|Immunology, Endocrine & Metabolic Agents in Medicinal Chemistry (Formerly Current Medicinal Chemistry – Immunology, Endocrine and Metabolic Agents)|
|Current Medicinal Chemistry – Immunology, Endocrine & Metabolic Agents|
|Central Nervous System Agents in Medicinal Chemistry (Formerly Current Medicinal Chemistry – Central Nervous System Agents)|
|Central Nervous System Agents in Medicinal Chemistry (Formerly Current Medicinal Chemistry – Central Nervous System Agents|
|Sr. No.||ISSN Number||Journal Title|
|1||0968-0896||Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry|
|5||1476-9271||Computational Biology and Chemistry|
|6||0079-6700||Progress in Polymer Science|
|7||0172-2190||World Patent Information|
|8||0887-2333||Toxicology in VItro|
|9||0378-5173||International Journal of Pharmaceutics|
|10||0960-894X||Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters|
|12||0165-6147||Trends in Pharmacological Sciences|
|13||1359-6446||Drug Discovery Today|
|14||1367-5931||Current Opinion in Chemical Biology|
|15||0959-440X||Current Opinion in Structural Biology|
|16||1471-4892||Current Opinion in Pharmacology|
|17||1740-6757||Drug Discovery Today: Disease Models|
|18||1740-6749||Drug Discovery Today: Technologies|
|20||0169-409X||Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews|
|22||0928-0987||European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences|
|24||0168-3659||Journal of Controlled Release|
|25||1383-5718||Mutation Research – Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis|
|26||0001-8686||Advances in Colloid and Interface Science|
|27||0169-7439||Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems|
|28||0731-7085||Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis|
|29||1382-6689||Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology|
|30||0939-6411||European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics|
|32||0955-3959||International Journal of Drug Policy|
|36||1532-0456||Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology – Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology|
|38||0163-7258||Pharmacology & Therapeutics|
|39||0892-0362||Neurotoxicology and Teratology|
|40||0091-3057||Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior|
|42||1551-7144||Contemporary Clinical Trials|
|43||1093-3263||Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modelling|
|44||1056-8719||Journal of Pharmacological and Toxicological Methods|
|47||0378-8741||Journal of Ethnopharmacology|
|50||0921-8831||Advanced Powder Technology|
|51||0753-3322||Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy|
|52||0223-5234||European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry|
|54||0946-672X||Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology|
|56||1438-4221||International Journal of Medical Microbiology|
|58||1047-8477||Journal of Structural Biology|
|59||0273-2300||Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology|
|60||0041-008X||Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology|
|61||0896-8411||Journal of Autoimmunity|
|63||1094-5539||Pulmonary Pharmacology and Therapeutics|
|64||1368-7646||Drug Resistance Updates|
|65||1590-8658||Digestive and Liver Disease|
|66||0196-6553||Ajic – American Journal of Infection Control|
|67||0091-6749||Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology|
|68||1549-9634||Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine|
|69||1551-7411||Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy|
|70||1877-1297||Currents in Pharmacy Teaching|